Most Americans think that the country's immigration policies need to be overhauled and the federal government, not states, should pass immigration laws, according to a New York Times/CBS News poll. Yet 51 percent of those surveyed also think Arizona's new law is "about right" in its approach. This even though 82 percent think the law likely will lead to racial profiling, and 80 percent think the new law likely will deter immigrants from reporting crimes. As for what should happen to illegal immigrants currently living in the United States: 43 percent think they should stay in the country and apply for citizenship, 21 percent think they should stay as guest workers, and 32 percent think they should leave the country. Overall, 17 percent of those surveyed think illegal immigrants strengthen the U.S. economy and 74 percent think they weaken it.